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It was 20 years ago this month that Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, set out his broad view of obstruction of justice and of what constitutes an impeachable offense, arguing the president could be removed from office even for a rarely charged crime — in this case, lying under oath in a civil deposition, to deny a sexual affair with a 22-year-old White House intern. By repeating false stories for months, lying to the public and his aides, trying to cover up the affair with Monica Lewinsky and helping her find a job in New York, the president, Kavanaugh argued, engaged in “a conspiracy to obstruct justice.”
That shitshow makes a bit more sense now.
The avalanche has already started. It is too late for the pebbles to vote.
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Maybe if the R's put enough people the D's hate into important positions, George Soros will go broke funding all the rage.
Note to self: start reading sig lines. They're actually quite amusing. :D
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Is there anybody whos had any dealings with them who didn't wind up on the "wrong side" eventually?
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And to think ..... she could have been president ....
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So many people have said that women should be believed without question. If that is the case, why is everyone so upset about the Emmett Till case?
No one will ever go broke betting against Democrat Leftist inconsistency.
The use of the word "but" usually indicates that everything preceding it in a sentence is a lie.
"I believe in Freedom of Speech, but". . .
"I support the Second Amendment, but". . .
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Still waiting for these assholes to start calling for Roman Polanski to face justice.
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Now here come the Judge
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Really liking what this has done for R voter enthusiasm.
Not so happy with the thought that the D's *will not stop* short of civil war, if we keep refusing to submit.
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Here’s to hoping that we pick up some more senate seats so that Amy Barrett’s confirmation goes smoothly after RBG croaks...
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We should be thanking the Dems for what they did to Kavanaugh. While it truly sucked for him, they have exposed themselves for what they have become.
They may have energized the conservative base and the independents to really turn out in November. Instead of a "blue wave", we might see a "red tide".
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